Archive for November, 2018

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Evil and God’s existence

Let’s start this series on suffering by addressing it on the philosophical level, and then approach it from the personal level.  Obviously, in the face of someone who just lost a loved one, these intellectual arguments for God’s existence would seem uncaring and cold.  That is not the time for them.  This defense of the [&hellip

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The truth: We sinned, He saved us

In 1 Corinthians 9:22-23, the Apostle Paul said, “I have become all things to all men so that by all possible means I might save some.”  Paul knew the truth–the eternal stakes that were on the line. And Paul also knew the heart of God; he said it best in 1 Timothy 2:3-4–“This is good, and [&hellip

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Witnessing and worldviews

Many of the concepts encircling the globe today are opposed to God’s Word. Worldviews give birth to ideas, and the world revolves around these concepts, such as macro-evolution, jihad, infanticide, or the new tolerance. Obviously, these ideas have consequences. From a Christian worldview, sinful people produce bad ideas leading to negative consequences. This explains the [&hellip

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Test everything

Unfortunately, many today confess Jesus as Savior yet don’t even realize how other worldviews have affected their own thinking. Whether it is Post-Modernism or Secular Humanism or whatever “ism” you want to name, Christians using other worldviews will be unconsciously shaped by their assumptions. Just like wearing someone else’s glasses affects your vision, so using [&hellip

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